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Tori no Iru Cafe: A cafe with parrots

An interesting cafe where you can visit with the owners various parrots.

At the door, you're handed a rule sheet in English and Japanese, asked to disinfect your hands, and advised to don a protective poncho before entering the parrot area. You'll also be warned to open the door to the parrot room very gently, and to walk in carefully so as not to step on any birds that might be on the floor.


Check the link for interesting pics.

http://animalcafes.com/v/25493.html











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Many more bird cafes for you to check out, with many different types of birds.

http://animalcafes.com/birdcafes.html





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This is a really neat idea.

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We have a cat cafe in NY, never visited, but I know in Japan there are many different kinds of animal cafes.

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We have a cat cafe in NY, never visited, but I know in Japan there are many different kinds of animal cafes.

Japan is huge for these types of cafe's, goats pigs owls rabbits and reptiles but most of all they have cat cafes.


bunny wabbits and lizards snakes etc

http://animalcafes.com/rabbits.html


capybara's

http://animalcafes.com/other.html


8 million cat cafes

http://animalcafes.com/catcafes.html





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I think animal cafes are a good idea providing that the animals are comfortable with it. What I don't like is this new owl cafe craze that seems to be hitting everywhere and I'm glad people are against it. I can imagine they would never be flown, they would be tethered at all times, they'd be pet constantly which would remove the oil from their feathers. Don't get me wrong, some owls may have to be tethered to have their aviaries cleaned out, I would do it with mine, but I can't bare seeing an owl that's lost all of the feathers on its legs because it's been tethered for long periods of time and the anklets have rubbed them away. Other raptors are fine, but owls really don't need it and I find it quite shameful when I see falconry centres doing it in this day and age when we know they can be flown straight out of an aviary

What I have yet to see is a reptile cafe!?

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I think animal cafes are a good idea providing that the animals are comfortable with it. What I don't like is this new owl cafe craze that seems to be hitting everywhere and I'm glad people are against it. I can imagine they would never be flown, they would be tethered at all times, they'd be pet constantly which would remove the oil from their feathers. Don't get me wrong, some owls may have to be tethered to have their aviaries cleaned out, I would do it with mine, but I can't bare seeing an owl that's lost all of the feathers on its legs because it's been tethered for long periods of time and the anklets have rubbed them away. Other raptors are fine, but owls really don't need it and I find it quite shameful when I see falconry centres doing it in this day and age when we know they can be flown straight out of an aviary

What I have yet to see is a reptile cafe!?

I feel the same as you do when it comes to the owl cafes, these types of birds are not something that should be confined in a space like this with tons of strangers petting them or staring in their faces.



There are a couple of reptile cafes in links here.


http://animalcafes.com/v/25437.html






http://animalcafes.com/v/25562.html






http://animalcafes.com/v/25442.html







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Awesome! I found a few videos of them. To be honest, I don't know what the risks would be with salmonella n that haha!

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Awesome! I found a few videos of them. To be honest, I don't know what the risks would be with salmonella n that haha!

A little salmonella with their tea can't be all that bad, can it?





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That's awesome. If we had something like this in Duesseldorf I'd go there often.
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A little salmonella with their tea can't be all that bad, can it?
Naaaaaaaaaaaaah I kiss my snakes, oops!

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They need lovin too!

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They need lovin too!

YUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But then this comes to mind.





Oddly I googled kissing snakes and there were unbelievable amounts of pics on there of people doing just that, kissing snakes.

I am surprised by this.





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